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Art & Art History’s Non-Majors Art Exhibition features original artworks by William & Mary students who include Studio Art and Art History minors, Art History concentrators, and students who are active in Studio Art courses at W&M.
The Reves Center, Global Research Institute and Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program present a panel discussion on the current situation in Ukraine.
Impact Week is a week-long competition in which 3 student orgs compete to receive grant funding to complete their proposed community service project. The 3 student orgs competing this year are Some You Know, Camp Kesem, and Food For All.
Our Performance Psychology Director will lead a workshop designed to help you improve your reaction to testing situations, prepare in an intentional way, and execute with more confidence on the day of the exam.
SIPS is hosting W&M alum, Andrew Trask to speak to our students about intellectual property law.
Are you short on time but need to stop by Student Services (the "Sweetest Suite") in Campus Center?
Check out our Answers on the Go! for a Quick Chat.
The event will begin with an information session / presentation from the Fulbright Program and conclude with a breakout room hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
Please join us for a talk by Chad R. Diehl, Instructional Designer, University of Virginia Corcoran Dept. of History titled: "Resurrecting Nagasaki: Reconstruction, Urban Identity, and Commemoration"
W&M Studio Art Senior Capstone Show at the Linda Matney Gallery, 5435 Richmond Road, Suite A,
Reception also held at the Matney Gallery, Feb 25, 4:30-7pm
Open to the public.
At the Writing Resources Center, trained peer consultants offer individual assistance with writing, presentation, and other communication assignments across disciplines and at any stage, from generating ideas to polishing a final product.